Our policies and alliances bring broadband meaningfully to the “forgotten five billion.”
Thailand’s regulatory agency, the Cabinet of the Prime Minister, all five telecommunications operators, the nationâ€™s top universities and media have all contributed to the reports of Meaningful Broadband Working Group. Now these stakeholders are turning the modelâ€™s ideas into new policy and practice in all five domains of innovation.Find out more...
Achieving “Political Will” : The factor that most keeps citizens from receiving the benefits of the internet is not what you’d imagine – not lack of investment capital, not corruption, not weak infrastructure. That stuff is fixable or can be circumvented. A deeper problem is that most governments are led by officials who lack political will to implement their own roadmaps for bringing broadband to the masses. Read More
Broadband’s significance is defined by its future. Its price/performance” ratio doubles every 12-15 months. Thus, the capacity of broadband will keep doubling and doubling again for nations that already have it. Nations that never reach a critical mass of broadband will be left in the dust.